Why Did The Superintendent Cross The Road? To Save Money For Her Schools
Tiffany Anderson heads the Jennings School District close to Ferguson on the outskirts of St. Louis, Missouri. She's a budget hawk, and she has to be to save money in her low-income district.
She stretches money in the most creative ways, including serving as one of the district's morning crossing guards.
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